Over the weekend, Eric Prydz celebrated Halloween in style with a number of choice DJ appearances, hitting Southern California’s Escape Psycho Circus before heading over to Las Vegas for a performance at Marquee Dayclub. The Swedish legend took the opportunity to test out some unreleased material at both shows, offering up a total of four IDs for fans to enjoy.
We previously heard “Escape ID2” yesterday, and now we have a second unreleased track from the same set to preview. The sample features a relaxed dreamy vibe as spiralling arpeggios glide over mechanical techno rhythms. The track slowly evolves in classic progressive fashion, as lush pads join the mix while filter swept synth melodies continue to expand and contract. It’s believed that both Escape IDs will eventually surface under the Pryda moniker.
Prydz also dropped his bootleg of John Creamer & Stephane K’s “Forget the World,” delivering a slow rolling techno cut complete with snappy synth sequences and trippy Jim Morrison vocal samples. Lastly, we get another taste of the “Opium ID,” a drifting dancefloor track that Eric Prydz debuted earlier in the year.
A YouTube user by the name of 808coug has uploaded videos of each ID from the weekend, and you can check them out below.
Source: Dancing Astronaut